Fire Emblem Gaiden
Nintendo Entertainment System
|Released By||Gaiden Guy|
|Platform||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Patching Information||No Special Requirements|
|Genre||Strategy > Turn Based|
|Game Date||14 March 1992|
|Release Date||16 June 2016|
|Last Modified||21 December 2017|
This is the first sequel to the classic Fire Emblem series, and follows the old Nintendo tradition of having the sequels do something entirely different. It adds a world map, removes weapon endurance, and adds towns similar to an old Final Fantasy game. While the original game never left Japan, a 3DS remake (called Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia) indeed crossed the Pacific.
A patch that was created before Shadows of Valentia came about that updated names to be consistent with Fire Emblem Awakening DLC. Credits names were not changed and names are not current with the remake’s name and spelling changes to the characters, like Robin to Tobin, as shown in the screenshot.
In addition, due to the severe lack of space (the character limit is a mere four) some other names had to be shortened in order to fit in all the tiles required for the longer localized names, like “Luthier”.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Fire Emblem Gaiden (J) [!].nes - GOODNES 3.14
- CRC32: 0A187CB4
- MD5: F294D74488A6E25ACECFED8741F0201D
- SHA-1: 2153AE9A7B1C63E8D4D83A807F1C8C1F482F7293